New Book Claims Hillary Has a Bad Heart, Blood Clots, Fainting Spells, and Thyroid Issues
There have been rumblings for years that Hillary Clinton’s health isn’t as rosy as she would like us all to believe. And a new book is giving details about what they claim is to blame for all of the rumors, claiming that Hillary has a bad heart and blood clots, as well as a fainting disorder and problems with her thyroid.
A new provocative work by bestselling author Ed Klein claims Hillary Clinton’s health problems are much more severe than she has publicly revealed!
… To begin with, Hillary fainted while she was working in her seventh-floor office at the State Department, not at home, as Reines told the media. She was treated at the State Department’s infirmary and then, at her own insistence, taken to Whitehaven to recover. However, as soon as Bill appeared on the scene and was able to assess Hillary’s condition for himself, he ordered that she be immediately flown to New York—Presbyterian Hospital in the Fort Washington section of Manhattan. When Reines subsequently released a statement confirming that Hillary was being treated at the hospital over the New Year’s holiday, it naturally intensified speculation about the seriousness of her medical condition.
While she was at the hospital, doctors diagnosed Hillary with several problems.
She had a right transverse venous thrombosis, or a blood clot between her brain and skull. She had developed the clot in one of the veins that drains blood from the brain to the heart. The doctors explained that blood stagnates when you spend a lot of time on airplanes, and Hillary had clocked countless hours flying around the world.
Hillary Clinton is getting close to 70, and if elected, will be very close to Ronald Reagan’s age when he was elected president. When concerns for his health were brought up, it was considered a legitimate issue, but for Hillary, it’s sexist somehow. The fact of the matter is, Hillary’s no spring chicken anymore, and it’s to be expected for her to have problems with her health at her age — and voters likewise deserve to know if their potential future president might keel over midterm because she has a bad heart.